Welcome to the Kamehameha Schools Museum Archive
Kamehameha Schools Archives opened in 1992 at Midkiff Learning Center, Kapālama. The legacy Kapālama campus was the only K-12 campus at that time. In reality, what is called the Archives are multi-purpose workrooms and the Archives cannot function as an archive. To reflect this reality, Kamehameha Schools Museum, a virtual and physical repository and information resource, is a better name.
The vision of Kamehameha Schools Museum is to serve all of Kamehameha Schools. Toward this end, processing of items is a large part of our operations. Classes and presentations occur throughout the year. Exhibits and exhibitions are expected when space is available. Collaborative efforts occur within the educational community, within the organization and with community partners. Examples of collaborative partnerships include classroom projects, Pauahi Foundation, Alumni Reunion Week, OHA, Polynesian Voyaging Society and Connecticut Historical Society,
Collegial, academic researchers are welcome. Digital information and images are available for educational purposes and may incur a fee. Please cite Kamehameha Schools when using information from this website.
Mahalo no kou kōkua nui.